The way how I see it is the stronger your muscles are, the more efficient your fibers will be, which include fast-twitch muscles. If they're more efficient, they're going to go faster. Some of the most savage punchers of the day did resistance training. I respect your point of view though, no harm no foul :thumbsup:
The only thing in the article that I don't completely agree with is the resistance training aspect. I love strength training and have always done alot of it. I believe it has greatly improved my grappling game. I do not believe it has ever done much for my striking power, and at times I think it might have actually hurt it. In my opinion, striking power is simply speed+technique. I believe that a certain level of muscular strength is required, but once that level is reached, anything more is not beneficial (with the possible exception of core strength). In fact, I believe that in many cases, too much muscular size (a direct effect of increasing strength) might actually reduce striking power by slowing down the strike.